Girls Varsity Gymnastics · Gymnastics finishes 7th place at OHSAA Sectional Tournament


  Place Points
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School 1st 147.6
North Royalton High School 2nd 140.825
Berea-Midpark High School 3rd 138.125
Strongsville High School 4th 137.7
Stow-Munroe Falls 5th 132.7
Jackson High School 6th 132.5
Saint Joseph Academy 7th 129.55
Walsh Jesuit High School 8th 127.4
Massillon Washington High School 9th 125.15
Twinsburg High School 10th 123.75
Hoover High School 11th 120.15
Louisville High School 12th 119.875
Glenoak High School 13th 114.85
McKinley High School 14th 108.075
Green High School (Uniontown) 15th 103.975
Padua Franciscan High School 16th 97.8

The SJA gymnastics team competed in a tough sectional meet placing 7th overall where 24 different schools were represented. The girls fell short of advancing to the district meet but gained valuable competition experience in a high pressure setting. These girls did an excellent job with new skills, new routines, and improved execution over the past few weeks, ending the season on a very positive note. Sophomore, Abby Synk finished the meet landing a great vault, reaching her goal of improving her score from last year’s sectional meet. Sophomore, Abbie Harden scored a season high 8.55 on beam, missing district qualification by .2 and successfully competed a new floor tumbling pass. Freshman, Allison Petrasek stayed on the beam for the second consecutive meet and she and sophomore, Elizabeth Quinn connected their full bar routines eliminating major deductions. Freshmen, Lauren Weisenseel had a solid all around performance placing 26th overall out of 76 competitors. Freshman, Annie Dubecky was also consistent in the all around and battling illness to contribute to the team in all 4 events. We are so proud of this team and look forward to continued success!